Abid Aslam, Editor of ‘The State of the World’s Children’ at UNICEF, tells Duncan Jefferies why city authorities should work in close partnership with children and their communities.
A child-friendly city is better for everyone, finds Duncan Jefferies.
Dr Stewart Barr of the University of Exeter delves into the psychology of habit.
Members of the OpenIDEO.com online community will generate ideas for innovative solutions to close the gap between intentions and actions.
An Indian entrepreneur encourages women to produce and sell their own sanitary products at a fraction of the market price, overcoming a barrier to education for girls.
Martin Wright discusses his experiences as an assessor with Ashden’s Emma-Louise Frost.
The future of finance may not be determined by the Bank of England: rather by women at home, says Bruce Davis, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Abundance Generation.
Ros Leeming, Parliament Manager at the International Fund for Animal Welfare, left the UK Government to lobby for change from the outside. She tells Katie Shaw what she hopes to achieve.
In cities across the world, people are coming together in informal networks to deliver services in waste collection, water supply and community welfare that officials fail to deliver. It's time to recognise their value, says Ben Goldfarb.
There’s no ‘either-or’ when it comes to innovation and precaution, says Jonathon Porritt, Founder-Director of Forum for the Future.
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